Two other ways
1 - Try
choose PDF for the format
Then work with the options to see what works for you.
2- Use an external PDF printer
doPDF for Windows [free]
CUPS-PDF for Linux.
Those PDF printers have some good things and bad things. CUPS-PDF will
only print as Portrait so Landscape is viewed sideways. IT is meant to
keep the paper/image as it would be as a physical printer, which is
Portrait paper feeding.
SO if Export to PDF is causing problems, then try #1 and if that does
not help, add the external PDF printers.
Works for me. My default printer on Ubuntu is CUPS_PDF and on Windows
On 02/10/2014 12:18 PM, Cliff Scott wrote:
** Reply to message from Marcello Romani <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Mon, 10
Feb 2014 08:28:09 +0100
Il 08/02/2014 23:40, Cliff Scott ha scritto:
I've run into a strange occurrence in LO 4.1.4. Everytime I export to PDF I
get a error message that "PDF/A-1a forbids a transparency". Clicking OK
allows the export to continue and I don't see any problems in the resultant
PDF, but this is something I've only seen on 4.1.4. This happens with Writer
and Calc. FYI, I'm running OSx Mavericks. Is this a known problem?
Take this with a grain of salt, as I'm running LO 220.127.116.11 (stock Ubu
12.04), but I think you could get away with it by unchecking the
"PDF/A-1a" checkbox under File->Export as PDF... The option should
stick, so LO should produce PDF with transparencies with no fuss from
My 2 cents.
Thanks for your "2 cents".
It does, in fact, not have any problems using the other PDF modes. Guess
Tagged mode is the standard these days anyhow.
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